Russia’s Foreign Ministry: Experts of Russia, Turkey and Iran set the Truce borders in #Syria

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 26 May, 2017

ElDorar AlShamia:

Experts from Russia, Iran and Turkey will map the borders of the agreed-upon cease-fire zones in Syria, Mikhail Bogdanov, Russia's deputy foreign minister and special envoy of the Russian president to the Middle East and African countries said.

Bogdanov added: "The memorandum on the (De-escalation zones) states that the guarantor states will form task forces, and these very countries in particular should form a working group to study all these issues (on who is responsible for ensuring security on the ground), and reach an agreement through work on maps, to consider locating sites for the cessation of escalation and demarcation of their external borders, and to identify those responsible for securing the passage of citizens; because citizens must have freedom of movement, unlike terrorists, so that checkpoints must be set in the mentioned areas via Maps, "adding that it is not clear who would ensure security in these areas?

On the Geneva talks, the Russian diplomat stressed that Russia, the United States and the United Nations are in constant contact on the sidelines of the work of the Syrian support group. "They are there (in Geneva) and hold meetings for humanitarian assistance groups and a cease-fire have been in progress on tripartite talks includes Russia, the United States and the United Nations. "

De-escalation zones were agreed upon at the beginning of this month in the Astana-4 talks, which were signed by the Guarantor States - Turkey, Russia and Iran - and the United States expressed reservations about some aspects..





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